SEE THE NEW FINEST COUNSELING GOOGLE SITES - WITH RESOURCES AND TOOLS FOR YOU AND TO CONNECT WITH YOUR COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
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To provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. Our department strives to be advocates who provide support to maximize student potential and academic achievement. In partnership with educators, parents/guardians and the community, we are part of the support system that ensures all students have access to and are prepared with the knowledge and skills to contribute to society.
As the Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice counseling department, we are dedicated to empowering every student to achieve academic success, personal and social growth, wellness and career exploration inspiring students to graduate with an individual plan for their future.
We believe that all students have the ability to achieve their maximum personal and academic potential.
We believe that all students have the right to participate in a school counseling program that considers all students ethnic, cultural, racial, and developmental differences (including gender, identity, orientation and ability).
We believe that all students should have access to full-time support staff, including school counselors and social workers, and that all students should receive needs based supportive services, including prevention and intervention, based around specific, developmental competencies.
We believe that our school counseling program should be collaborative in nature with other school, parent/guardian and community representatives and should be data driven.
We believe that school counselors should abide by the professional ethics as advocated by the American School Counselor Association and that professional development is key in maintaining a quality school counseling program.
Emergency or Crisis Resources:
Please note that the Counseling Department is not available after hours or for emergencies. If you or someone you know is having an emergency, dial 911. If you need resources for mental health crisis situations, please contact Metro Crisis Services 844.493.TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 (both available 24/7).
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